GI anatomy

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Branches off the hepatic artery to supply the stomach
Pierces transversus abdominis musccle and external oblique aponeurosis to supply internal oblique and transversus abdominis muscles and skin overlying iliac crest
Branches off of superior mesenteric artery to supply distal portion of duodenum and head of pancreas
Terminal branch of superior mesenteric artery
Space between the colon and the abdominal wall
Part of the stomach between the esophagus and the fundus
Extends from the apex of the urinary bladder to the umbilicus and represents the remnant of the embrionic urachus
Passes deep to inguinal ligament just medial to asis to supply skin of lateral thigh
Ligament in the diaphragm around the quadratus lumborum muscle
A branch of L1 that suplies inguinal region, anterior scrotum or labia majus, and medial thigh
Attaches the inguinal ligament to the superior pubic ramus lateral to the tubercle
Ligament that contains the portal triad
Portion of pancreas that extends posterior to superior mesenteric artery
Ligament that makes up most of the lesser omentum, behind which is the lesser sac
Remnants of the umbilical arteries
Branches from common hepatic artery and gives rise to the superior pancreaticoduodenal artery and the right gasto-omental (gastroepiploic)artery
Pubic attachment of the transversus abdominis aponeuroses that forms part of the posterior portion of the inguinal canal
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Term for the haustra as viewed from the inside of the colon
Connects the 3rd and 4th parts of the duodenum to the right crus of the diaphragm, composed of both smooth and skeletal muscle
Branches off of the splenic artery and supplies the greater curvature
Linear impressions in the skin that extend from the inferior costal margin to the pubic tubercles that mark the lateral edges of the rectus sheath
The tip of a renal pyramid
Between the medial and the lateral umbilical folds
Ligament in the diaphragm around the psoas muscle
Covers the inferior epigastric vessels
Ligament in the diaphragm around the aorta
Branches off either the celiac trunk or the aorta to supply diaphram
Crescentic ending of the posterior rectus sheath
Lymphatic structure located at about L1 or L2 (level of superior mesenteric artery) behind the aorta
Between the median and medial umbilical folds
Branches directly off of the celiac trunk to supply the stomach
Name for the foramen between the greater and lesser sacs
Descends on the anterior surface of the Psoas to supply skin over lateral part of femoral triangle and anterior scrotum or labia majora

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Created Mar 20, 2012ReportNominate
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